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a straight line with both endpoints lying on an arc or a circle

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A chord is a straight line joining two points on the circumference of a circle.

A chord is a straight line that extends from one point of the circumference of a circle to another point on the circumference and the diameter of a circle is its largest chord

A "chord" in geometry is the line connecting two points on a circle. If you think if a pie slice, the chord is the outer crust.

The area within a circle enclosed by a chord and an arc

In geometry, the line segment that goes from one point to the other point where a line intersects a circle.

diameter refers to the area across a circle through its center. it is the longest chord possible for any given circle.

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Name a chord congruent to chord ZT.

It is the C6 chord.

Generally, a minor chord has a darker sound.

Yes.. The (I)=1 Chord. The (IV)=4 Chord. & The (V)=5 Chord.ex. In The Key Of G.{ G Chord, C7 Or (C9) Chord, D7 (D9) Chord.

If radius of a circle intersects a chord then it bisects the chord only if radius is perpendicular to the chord.

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No. A chord is a straight line drawn between any two points on the circumference of a circle. The longest chord is when the points are on opposite sides of the centre of the circle (and passes through the centre of the circle). The straight line which joins the points on opposite sides of the centre (through the centre) is called the diameter of the circle. Therefore the longest chord possible is the diameter of the circle. A circle with a diameter of 15 in can have a chord with a maximum length of 15 in.

This is hard to explain without a diagram, but draw a circle with a chord through it. Now draw a line from the center of the circle to the center of the chord and you'll have a right angle. Draw the hypotenuse of this new right triangle, which just happens to be the radius. I took geometry last year, so I'm kind of stuck at this point, but I know you have to work with that right triangle.

The radius of the circle that is perpendicular to a chord intersects the chord at its midpoint, so it is said to bisect the chord.

because the chord can be determine by the diameter and the diameter can be determine by the chord.

No but the diameter is a chord.

In a major scale the subdominant chord is a major chord,thus the dominant chord is major7.

The Italian chord is a dominant seventh chord without the fifth of the chord. C E Bb

Generally, it means a chord that is missing a note. For instance, an open fifth chord is a chord with the tonic and the fifth, but no third.

Any chord of a circle that contains the center of the circle is a diameter of that circle.Just two things now. We'll say that the chord of a circle that passes through the center is the longest chord of that circle, but you've probably already figured that out. Additionally, we'll say that there are an infinite number of chords that can be drawn through the center of a circle. Now you're armed and ready to continue your investigation in geometry. A link can be found below to check facts and gather more information.

Well yes but I do not recommend it. Here is how I would do it tune the E of the E chord to the A of the D Chord (major 5th) tune the G# of the E chord to the D of the D chord (tri-tone - you will know its right _ when it sounds bad Tune the A of the E chord to the A of the D chord

A chord of which the circle's diameter is the largest chord

Any chord CAN be lower depending on how it's played. For example: If you play an A chord above the E chord, it's higher, however, if you play that same A chord an octave lower, it's lower.